Leave a gift in your will
Making a will is an important part of planning for your future. After you have provided for loved ones, you may consider including a gift in your will for the Gut Cancer Foundation
What wording should I use?
If you are kind enough to include a gift to Gut Cancer Foundation in your will, make sure you include the correct wording, below.
“I [insert name] give and bequeath to the Gut Cancer Foundation CC39174 for its general purposes [or name a specific purpose such as research, clinical trials, awareness raising – please call us on 0800 112 775 to discuss]
[Choose and insert the appropriate statement from the list below]
- the whole of my estate
- (insert number) percentage of my estate
- the residue of my estate
- the amount of $ (insert the value of your gift in cash)
- my (insert name of asset)
and the official receipt of the Gut Cancer Foundation will be sufficient acknowledgement of having received this gift.”
Gut Cancer Foundation is also known as Gut Cancer Foundation Limited and Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Institute, GICI
Gut Cancer Foundation is a Registered Charity Number CC39174.
If you have any questions, please contact our Executive Officer, Liam Willis, at email@example.com or 027 627 4048.
Creating an online memorial page in remembrance of your loved one is a special way to remember them. Friends and family often find they gain strength, comfort and hope from knowing that their loved one’s memory and values live on through their tribute. It’s a beautiful way to celebrate a life.
Click here to set up your own “In Memory” tribute online page. Email friends and families to ask for donations in lieu of flowers and include the link to the page in funeral notices/order of service.
Alternatively, you can make a one-off donation online here and fill in the In Memory box or a cheque can be sent to:
Gut Cancer Foundation
PO Box 28723
Please note the person you are remembering and your own details to ensure a receipt can be issued. In Memoriam donations can be acknowledged to the bereaved family by instructing us to do so via email or letter.